Hello from Chicago
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    Hi all! I live in Chicago with my 8 month old Basenji, Maddux!

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  • Welcome :)

    Maddux is adorable…

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    Can I ask where you got your b from?

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  • Are those fawns real???

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  • What great pictures, welcome. Who did you get your B-Boy from? Many of us are related by our Basenjis.

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  • Maddux is a cutie and those ARE fawns!!!! What a sweet boy!

    I grew up in Chicago too….northwest side.

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  • Maddux is certainly beautiful - great that he did not choose to chase the fawns. When we first got our little girl people said she looked like a little deer - I've often thought of "painting" spots on her for Halloween.

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  • HAHAHAHA!!! I was just down at a dog show and the lady I was competing against said that two of her B's took down a full grown deer! Sorry the picture is kind of ironic. He is a beautiful boy.

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  • I had 4 deer grazing 10 feet from my laundry room window this morning, all 6 dogs were standing in the window watching silently. Ten minutes later the neighborhood cat wandered thru and the whippet alarm went off. Guess she does not see the deer as prey, but the cat would not last 5 minutes with her

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    Welcome to you and Maddux. He's very good around the fauns. They wouldn't have stood a chance against mine.

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  • WOW - those are some amazing pics! welcome. please let us know your secret for socializing your basenji with fawns. Mine obsess over the neighbor's goats.

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  • @agilebasenji:

    WOW - those are some amazing pics! welcome. please let us know your secret for socializing your basenji with fawns. Mine obsess over the neighbor's goats.

    LOL, mine would have been more the crazy over trying to get to them… but then again, maybe not. We were at a lure trial and there were cows grazing in the field next to the lure field. Both girls were totally into trying to talk to the critters... so far as to lick their noses through the fence.

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